[Homestead] 1860s chicken coop
clhw at InfoAve.Net
Thu Aug 31 23:03:26 EDT 2006
>From the rabbinical standpoint, what makes something frum (not kosher) is
if you eat it. The Biblical command is to not touch the carcase of a swine,
so it becomes difficult to raise them. I understand some people in Israel,
on the kibbutzes do have hogs, but they sell them to the goyim (gentiles).
Rabbi not needed, just some study.
But, do you really want to eat animals which are raised on the feces of
other animals? When we were told it would help the protein level of our
dairy herd to feed them litter from neighboring chicken house, we quickly
turned it down.
>> >>Cluck-"n"-Ham Palace
>> >>Especially if the hogs and chickens ran together.
>>Is that kosher?
>Anybody know a homesteading rabbi?
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